Hellblade takes players to follow Senua, who is depicted as a Celtic warrior traumatized after experiencing the Viking invasion. A few moments ago, we had the opportunity to introduce readers to Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice, a unique game for you to explore the mind of a warrior with schizophrenia. a warrior is PTSD syndrome, post-traumatic stress disorder so severe that there were even signs of mental illness.
The special thing is that only gamers with Steam, GOG or PlayStation Network accounts can own this game. because it was not released as a traditional game disc.
Hellblade takes players to follow Senua, who is depicted as a Celtic warrior traumatized after experiencing the Viking invasion. Senua’s illness caused her to become depressed, paranoid, often envisioned all sorts of bizarre things and began embarking on the journey to Hell in her imagination.
A rather novel way of leading rather than a heroic motif to save the world as many people mistakenly believe after watching the first trailer of Hellblade.
Ninja Theory revealed they had asked for the help of neurology doctor and physiotherapist Paul Fletcher of Cambridge University and many patients who had suffered from it. mental illness to be able to thoroughly understand this field as well as give players the most authentic experience.
Hellblade is also sponsored by the Welcome Trust – a global charity created with the goal of spreading knowledge of health and science.
In addition, Ninja Theory also introduced a new technology that allows the actress to play the role of Senua to make the footage in real time and bring it directly into the world of the game.
Obviously, compared to making actors wear motion capture devices as usual, this will be a whole new direction for game development, along with dreamy graphics with the presence of Unreal Engine 4. .